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Melissa Dunphy is an Australian-American composer of classical music. She was born in 1980 in the United States and is currently 43 years old. She is best known for her works for orchestra, chamber ensembles, and solo instruments. Dunphy studied composition at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and the University of California, Los Angeles. She has received numerous awards and commissions, including the prestigious Fromm Music Foundation Commission, the American Composers Forum Subito Grant, and the American Music Center's Letter of Distinction. Dunphy's works have been performed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and the BBC Symphony Orchestra, among others. She has also collaborated with renowned conductors such as Esa-Pekka Salonen, John Adams, and Marin Alsop. Dunphy is currently based in Los Angeles, California. She is unmarried and does not have any children. Her net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.
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The work premiered at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in September 2009. It was staged as a cantata or oratorio; characters wore red or blue dresses depending on party affiliation, with tiaras as well as sashes bearing their names. American Opera Theater staged the work as an opera in February 2011; reviews were less positive, with critics saying that Dunphy's parody of Baroque music compared unfavorably to P.D.Q. Bach and criticizing her out-of-period use of dissonance. Anne Midgette, criticizing the piece's lack of a coherent message, wrote, "Performed as a cantata, this piece may be an amusing diversion; staged as an opera, it reveals its dramatic deficiencies and loses some of its zany humor."
Dunphy is also a stage actress. She has played a number of Shakespearean roles for theatre festivals and companies in Pennsylvania, where she has resided since 2003. The Philadelphia Inquirer called her "unquestionably the city's leading Shakespeare ingenue" for her performance as Ophelia in the Lantern Theater Company's Hamlet.
Melissa Dunphy (born 1980) is an Australian-American composer of classical music. She is most notable for the Gonzales Cantata, a 40-minute choral piece in Baroque style that sets the text of the parts of the dismissal of U.S. attorneys controversy hearings in which former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales testified. It was featured on the Rachel Maddow Show in 2009; Maddow described it as "probably the coolest thing you've ever seen on this show." Dunphy completed her doctoral degree at the University of Pennsylvania in 2014. Dunphy is the composer-in-residence for the Saint Louis Chamber Chorus, for which she has composed several a cappella choral works since her appointment in 2015.